Tales from the volunteers

Here are the testimonies from our 3 trainees about the second day of their Leonardo Da Vinci Mobility project in Norway:



“My opinion of Norway is great. Today we asked Adnan questions about Solborg, the work we will be doing and what hours of work we will be doing. Today we also went bowling in Honefoss with the rest of the volunteers and people that live and work in Solborg. I really enjoyed bowling because I got to meet more of the community of Solborg as the people are really nice and polite.”

Shelby Taylor, Leonardo Da Vinci Mobility trainee.



“My over all opinion of Norway is still amazing! Today we asked questions to Adnan about the type of work we are able to do on the farm, such as what time do we start, are we on the farm or are we doing something else. Afterwards we took a drive into Honefosss and enjoyed a nice game of bowling with the full time volunteers and the people who live on Camphill. It was a great opportunity to talk to the people who live here, and plus to introduce ourselves to the ones who we haven’t met yet. I can’t wait to get busy and show I am a reliable and hard working person.”

Owen Reece, Leonardo Da Vinci Mobility trainee.



“I am happy to be here in Norway, today I had a great time when I had breakfast. We went to the farm house, took pictures with the cow and we went to bowling with my mates and the farm, we played bowling, I had nice time.”

Samiy Fesahy, Leonardo Da Vinci Mobility trainee.



12th May, Solborg, Norway


Leonardo Da Vinci Mobility project

part of Gaining Through Training

and supported by ECORYS UK

and the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission.




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